We hope to see you at the
76th Annual Fall Conference at Oswego Oct, 29-30, 2015
Dateline: Syracuse, NY 10/27/2013, NYSTEEA issues the elevator speech we should all have memorized for the time when somebody asks:
What is technology education?
"Technology education is the study of the human-made world. Students learn the process of designing and engineering solutions in a hands-on,minds-on environment of invention and innovation." Then after that - (State what you teach in your classes.)
Public Relations Packet to assist you in promoting
Technology & Engineering Education.
NYSTEEA has secured permission from the Museum of Science in Boston for the use of the
following video (6 min.) on our website site. Dr. Ioannis (Yannis) Miaoulis does an excellent
job explaining Technology and Engineering as well as advocating for the study of both in our schools.
Video credit: The Museum of Science, Boston, MA.
The National Center for Technological Literacy (NCTL)
and Ioannis (Yannis) Miaoulis
At the beginning of the calendar year NYSTEEA runs a Public Service
Announcement (PSA) contest that awards cash prizes to the winners.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information/
Click this video link to view a winning 42 second PSA.
Save the date for the 2016 NYSTEEA Conference,
Binghamton, NY. April 21 & 22, 2016
2016 Conference Brochure
Call for Presenters form
Conference registration and hotel reservation information will be provided at a later date.
"Professional Development Opportunities"
Workshop on January 25, 2016 at RPI regarding Entrepreneurship.
STEM with out the T & E is just more science and math. Express your support today by signing the Technology & Engineering for All NYS Students petition. NYSTEEA's goal is to gather 1,000 signatures by December 1st, so please share the link with your local business leaders, co-workers, friends and family. Thank you for your support.
NYSTEEA Advocacy Petition
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Binghamton Press and Sun bulletin December 7, 2014
You might recognize the author! :-)
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Green technologies at work in school based competition projects.